- McHenry Avenue
- State Route 99/120
- Miner Ave Complete Streets
- SR-120 Union Rd Interchange
- Church Street Road Diet
- I-205 Managed Lanes
McHenry Avenue Improvements
The McHenry Avenue Corridor Improvements project will enhance safety, inter-regional traffic circulation, and air quality. The improvements will include:
* 1.1 miles of widening along McHenry Avenue from 1,487 feet south of River Road to 190 feet south of Jones Road.
* Stanislaus River and SSJID Canal Bridges will be replaced with wider and safer bridges, satisfying current seismic design standards.
* Installation of a two-way left turn center lane to facilitate turns into and out of driveways on McHenry Avenue.
* Increased width of roadway shoulders to accommodate alternative travel modes, including bicyclists.
* Installation of a traffic signal on McHenry Avenue and River Road that will accommodate existing and future traffic demands.
The project was awarded on February 28th, 2017 to Myers & Sons Construction in the amount of $21,934,144.50. Funding for this project will be provided from the following programs:
- Federal Highway Bridge and Congestion Mitigation & Air Quality
- State Proposition 1B and Regional Surface Transportation
- Local Measure K Sales Tax
Project Website Fact Sheet [pdf] Stanislaus River Map [pdf] SSJID Canal Map [pdf]
State Route 99/120 Interchange Connector Reconstruction
SJCOG, along with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) proposes to reconstruct the existing State Route (SR) 99 / State Route (SR) 120 interchange connector in the City of Manteca to provide congestion relief and improve operations. The purpose of this project is to improve the capacity and recurring traffic congestion of the eastbound to southbound and northbound to westbound connector ramps and eliminate weaving and merging issues between SR 99/120 and the SR 99 / Austin Road interchanges. Due to funding limitations the project has been separated into multiple construction phases:
Phase 1A: The first phase will provide capacity and operational improvements to the State Route 99/120 Connector by constructing a second lane on the connector from eastbound State Route 120 to southbound State Route 99 and constructing auxiliary lanes. These improvements will require the partial closure of the Austin Road / State Route 99 interchange and demolition of the existing Austin Road overcrossing to provide a new longer overcrossing structure that will accommodate the auxiliary lanes and provide a railroad grade separation over the Union Pacific Railroad Fresno Subdivision. The northbound off ramp and southbound on ramp at Austin Road will remain open. To preserve local road access to the modified interchange, a new alignment of Woodward Avenue to Austin Road with a connection to Moffat Blvd will be provided.
Phase 1B: The second phase of the project will construct a second lane on the northbound SR 99 to westbound SR 120 connector and extend an auxiliary lane on westbound SR 120 from SR 99 to Main Street.
Phase 1C: The third phase will restore full access to the Austin Road Interchange by adding braided ramps for the new Austin Road southbound off ramp and the northbound on ramp to SR 99. Phase 1C will also include adding a third eastbound lane on SR 120 between Main Street and SR 99, relocating the SR 99 Frontage Road, and adding additional auxiliary lanes on SR 99 between SR 120 and north of Olive Avenue.
The project is currently in the Project Approval & Environmental Document (PA&ED) Phase. Following the completion of environmental clearance through the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) the final design and right of way phases will begin for Phase 1A. Construction of Phase 1A is expected to to begin in the spring of 2023 and end in 2024.
The estimated total project cost for Phase 1A is approximately $45 million.
Project Fact Sheet [pdf]
Miner Ave Complete Streets
information coming soon
Here is a brief review of the overall timeline for the project:
The estimated total cost for the project :
- City Advertised Project on December 10, 2018; Bid Opening Anticipated Jan 30, 2019
- Caltrans is completing Final PS&E Review and reviewing Utility Documents
- PG&E has been provided with Notice to Owner to Move 60KV Transmission Line; A Utility Policy Exception was approved on January 14, 2019
|Item||Date||Actual or Target Date|
|Project Study Report||09/03/2007||Actual|
|Project Approval & Environmental Document (M200)||09/29/2007||Actual|
|Right of Way Certification (M410)||01/2019||Target|
|Approved Construction Contract (M500)||03/2019||Target|
|Project Completion (M600)||12/2019||Target|
FundingThe City of Manteca is providing 100% funding for this project, using combination of Redevelopment Funds, Measure K and other local funds.
Church Street Road Diet
The project will install Class II bike lanes and enhance pedestrian facilities and intersection crossings by reducing the existing traveled four-lanes to two-lanes on Church Street between Lodi Avenue and Lockeford Street in Lodi. Improvements will include replacement of damaged sidewalks, installation of accessible curb ramps with updated pedestrian push buttons, traffic signal improvements including separated left turn phases and pedestrians countdown heads, enhanced crosswalks and traffic signal video detection for bicyclists.
A road diet is a way to use existing roads, replacing excess car lanes with bicycle routes, in a way that increases safety for all modes of transit and encouraging travel by means other than car.
These designs often used a parking lane as a barrier between vehicular traffic and cyclist and can be used to reduce traffic in busy pedestrian-heavy neighborhoods, both of which can drastically reduce crashes and injuries.
I-205 Managed Lanes
FundingThe Project is funded through the Project Study Report phase with San Joaquin County Measure K funding. Funding is being requested from the Interregional Transportation Improvement Program as a new project in the 2018 State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) to complete the PA&ED phase using Advanced Project Development Element (APDE) funds. Matching funds are proposed from San Joaquin County Regional Improvement Program shares and Measure K funds.
|Item||Capital Cost||Support Cost|
|Project Approval & Environmental Document||$12.36M|
|Plans, Specifications, & Estimates||TBD|
|Right of Way||$6.0-$6.6M||TBD|
|Project Cost as of 07/26/2017||Planned Cost||Expended Cost|
|Project Approval & Environmental Document||$12,360,000||$0|
|Plans, Specifications, and Estimates||TBD||$0|
|Right of Way Capital||TBD||$0|
|Right of Way Support||TBD||$0|